Day 9 of my 50 DIY Days of Christmas: Painted Feather Ornaments. I’ve got feathers everywhere. My chickens drop them like crazy. It’s slowed down a bit since the weather got colder, but from the summer supply my daughter collected, I had enough to make a few painted feather ornaments. I think these little guys would look lovely on a holiday tree, or even a Christmas gift.
– Acrylic paint
– Gold thread
– Gather your feathers from your chickens. If you DON’T have chickens, you can also find feathers at your local craft store.
– Figure out the design you’d like on your feather. I stuck to the simple stuff and did a basic blue block with a gold outline, then a gold block with black polka dots. The feathers were already beautiful, so I didn’t want to take too much away from the loveliness they already had.
– Let dry.
– Tie a knot + bow with your gold thread onto the end of your feather and hang on your beautiful Christmas tree! OR, use the feathers as a gift decor or door decor. Enjoy!
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P.S. I do have a couple of spots open for the DIY Days, so if you think you have the perfect project to share send me an email. First, check out theDIY/Submission section in my FAQ’s for a bit of post submission info. If you’d like to reminisce in the past 50 DIY Days of Christmas… here you are: 2011 & 2012.
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Categories: 50 DIY Days, diy, Holiday - Christmas, paper mama farm
Chelsey, these are stunning! What a gorgeous (and totally easy!) project!
It was so easy and fun!
love it! just discovered your blog; I was so excited to find that you're also from the Portland area.
Yes, I am! Where are you?
Hillsboro, and you?
The are absolutely beautiful. I would leave them up all year.
Was thinking the same thing. 🙂